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Our first group of patients from Germany

It was a great pleasure to welcome our first group of patients from Germany who visited Adhitya Ayurveda to consult Dr. Gunawardane and observe the facilities on offer. Our guests enjoyed their stay at Adhitya, including our authentic Sri Lankan cuisine and received valuable medical feedback from our experts. Our photographer captured a few moments of their stay.

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Ayurveda and Holistic Tourism in Sri Lanka

Tourism has evolved to become more than simply a stream of foreign revenue that contributes to the economy of a country. Apart from the traditional tourists who visit the established tourist sites, the younger generation of tourists has found places off the beaten track stimulating economic growth in areas previously not internationally popular.

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Christine’s Yoga and Ayurveda Journey with Adhitya

On a beautiful sunny day in November 2019 I first walked into the Adhitya Ayurveda Centre and discovered what can only be described as... a whole lot of ‘magic’. Having come from Germany and traveled extensively throughout South America, Europe, Asia, India and North America I pursued my ‘spiritual quest’ to study the yoga and Ayurveda systems and I was immediately impressed with the grand vision on display within the space.

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New Year 2020

We Adhitya Ayurveda family wishes you and your family a year that is full of Blessings, Success and Good Health...
HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Grand Opening Ceremony

Adhitya Ayurveda was declared open by The Hon. Mahinda Rajapaksa, Prime Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka on December 27, 2019.

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Green Building Awards

Adhitya Ayurveda has been awarded with the Gold Rating Certification under the Green SLR Rating System for Built Environment, at the Annual Green Building Award Ceremony 2019 held at Earls Regency Hotel, Kandy.

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Yoga and Meditation

Yoga is an ancient philosophy originating from ancient Indian practices which focus primarily on harnessing one’s body and mind towards attaining a goal. The word ‘yoga’ also stems from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which can be interpreted as ‘joining’ or ‘harnessing’. The ancient yoga practices in Hindu and Buddhist practices are of both physical and spiritual nature and was listed as an intangible cultural heritage in 2016. Modern western yoga is a variant of the ancient version and focuses on posture based physical fitness and relaxation techniques.